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eBook Vegetables of India ePub

by Jill Hartley

eBook Vegetables of India ePub
Author: Jill Hartley
Language: English
ISBN: 8190754696
ISBN13: 978-8190754699
Publisher: Tara Books; Brdbk edition (April 1, 2010)
Category: Early Learning
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 449
Formats: docx lit azw lrf
ePub file: 1602 kb
Fb2 file: 1505 kb

Vegetables of India book. Photographer Jill Hartley's wordless book (apart from an English index on the last page) presents 22 brightly colored pictures of native Indian vegetables

Vegetables of India book. Photographer Jill Hartley's wordless book (apart from an English index on the last page) presents 22 brightly colored pictures of native Indian vegetables. The book can potentially be read in one of two ways: caregivers can "read" with children by engaging them in a dialogue or babies can flip through the pages on their own.

Author: Jill Hartley. Many youngsters will instantly recognise the vibrant photographs of carrots and beans in this sturdy, small format board book but how many could also identify snakegourds or banana flowers?

Author: Jill Hartley. Many youngsters will instantly recognise the vibrant photographs of carrots and beans in this sturdy, small format board book but how many could also identify snakegourds or banana flowers? For the first time, over twenty of the most commonly consumed vegetables in India have been presented in a colourful and appealing book for babies and toddlers. Ideal for use in multicultural environments and to encourage youngsters to be curious about different cultures.

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This sturdy book allows for open conversations and learning concepts. Since vegetable are from India, not everyone may be familiar with all of the vegetable which could make it difficult to talk about. Other may not like that the book does not contain any story or words. Additional Selection.

Jill Hartley India is home to a rich variety of vegetables: some are local to the region, while others travelled thousands of miles and have since found a home here. This full-colour board book introduces Indian vegetables to the very young

Jill Hartley India is home to a rich variety of vegetables: some are local to the region, while others travelled thousands of miles and have since found a home here. This full-colour board book introduces Indian vegetables to the very young. Ideal for both home and classroom, this series takes children on a visual journey that is at once exotic and familiar.

Vegetables of India Jill Hartley Board Book; Ages 1+ 24 pp; Colour 125 x 125 mm 9788190754699 . 9. Warli art is done by people belonging to a tribal community that lives in Maharashtra, in western India, and is traditionally seasonally painted onto walls, floor & other public spaces. Children will love the beautiful photographs. A unique and assiduously crafted book.

Circle + Square/Circulo + Cuadro. Red + Green/Rojo + Verde. Colors + Flavors/Colores + Sabores.

But for the connoisseurs, India offers a complex and eclectic array of sub-cuisines to explore, which are equally vegetarian friendly and a delight to the taste buds

But for the connoisseurs, India offers a complex and eclectic array of sub-cuisines to explore, which are equally vegetarian friendly and a delight to the taste buds. Even for South Asian people, this wide variety of vegetables, fruits, grains and spices used in various Indian sub-cuisines can be mind-boggling because of the variety of region-specific names used for identifying the food items.

Jaffrey's book does a great service by showcasing the diversity of vegetable-based cuisine in India and .

Jaffrey's book does a great service by showcasing the diversity of vegetable-based cuisine in India and is guaranteed to introduce even the most well-versed non-Indian (or Indian!) cook to new techniques, ingredients, or regional variations. Jaffrey explores vegetarian cooking in India through regional and modern dishes, presenting uncomplicated recipes with flavor and history.

A show-and-tell book to introduce children to the vegetables of India.

Thoginn
I bought this for my 5 month old. Studies show it can take a child up to 8-12 times of exposure to a food to accept it and eat it. So I thought, why not start young? Some of these veggies are common and some are not really eaten here, but I love that she can learn about thing other than peas and carrots. Also, it has beautiful pictures which I think are better than some of the other books where the food is illustrated, she can actually see what it looks like.
Anaginn
So many baby books are so busy, wordy, or tacky... this is just gorgeous and perfect. It's small enough to hold easily for her, but the full page pictures are not too small. My daughter loves pointing at the vegetables she recognizes and I tell her the names and colors. (And she tells me, 'Yummm!') We can go through at our own pace and she can skip pages without affecting a plotline, because there's no words. I absolutely love this and Fruits of India and want more like them!
Danial
The book states that vegetables are named in English. However, the words are in one list at the end of the book. The rest of the book is just pictures of vegetables. There are no words on the pictures, nor corresponding pictures with the words. I wonder then, what the point of the book is.

Updated now that I read this to my baby: I "read" it to him in both English and Hindi. Maybe that's why it's wordless. But, I also read books with words to him in both languages.
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